Spyder Euro Tail Lights Customer Reviews
95 Customer Reviews
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Fire-breathing engines are a dime a dozen, and loud-mouth exhausts are on every corner. Out on the streets, the only thing separating the men from the boys is a potent pair of aftermarket tail lights. For the most aggressive look in town, slap on a set of Spyder Euro Tail Lights. Inspired by cutting-edge European designs, Spyder Tail Lights give your ride that 100-mile-per-hour look even when you’re idling at a red light.
Not satisfied with the bland style of stock tail lights, Spyder scoured the globe to find inspiration for their unique Euro Tail Lights. In the end, they created an awe-inspiring line of tail lights that are custom sized for a flawless fit in place of your factory lights. Just take off the old and bolt on the new—no rewiring, splicing or soldering needed. And, Spyder Euro Tail Lights come in a range of colors and styles to suit your individual tastes (options vary by vehicle).
Best of all, your new Spyder Euro Tail Lights won’t get you in trouble with The Law or Mother Nature. All Spyder tail lights are fully DOT approved and weather sealed. Plus, they’re backed by a 90-day warranty.
95 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by Dennis J (LAKE ARIEL, PA) — May 04, 2013 5:52 AM
I had to buy new tail lights for my 99 Dakota, and I'm glad I came across this sight because these tail lights are just a perfect fit! No mods needed!great look cheap price. thinking of buying some new headligh ts now, after how good these look. Would like to have had the option to smoke them as well as having the black I think it would have looked sooo much better.. oh do it myself
Reviewed by Alvin C (MOUNDS, OK) Reviewed for a 1998 Ford Expedition — Apr 28, 2013 5:23 PM
The tail lights or headlight didn't fit correct so I had to do alot of changes to get them fit! If I had to do it again I would bye them in person not online. This will be my last purchase online!
Reviewed by Jesus T (NEW HAVEN, CT) Reviewed for a 1995 Chevy Tahoe — Mar 27, 2013 8:09 AM
Easy to install, fits perfectly, works well, looks very nice, truck has received many compliments on new look. Also I was very surprised on how quick I received my new tail lights. No installation instructions came with package but if you have common sense you should have no problem switchin tail lights. Im happy to admit that i got a very great deal with this purchase. No regrets!
Reviewed by Jay P (SMYRNA, GA) — Mar 20, 2013 3:45 PM
The Spyder lights look great on my black 2000 Nissan Sentra . I made sure to get the blacked out option because too many new cars now have the chromed out taillights. What a dramatic effect. These lights look like Infiniti taillights from what I've noticed and the online photos do not do it justice. Buy these lights!
Reviewed by Tenos P (Bend, OR) Reviewed for a 2006 Dodge Ram — Feb 04, 2013 8:23 PM
OMG, awesome looking on my truck, snapped right in factory opening as though they were OE!!! I would definitely give them a 10+ for looks and fit. My stock lens kept collecting water and I kept trying to seal them with silicone, had it down to moisture, then said, hell with this, new tail lights are in order. Happy I did. T
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Asked by Anonymous
May 24, 2012 4:15 PM
I am looking at getting some new tail light for my 06 mini cooper S - I found a pair on your website but it doesn't indicate if it come with bulbs or not? Also if it does are they LED or not?
Answered by Michael K. — May 25, 2012 8:00 AM
Yes, we do offer that product for your 2006 Mini Cooper S, without the bulbs. The factory ones currently in your car can be switched over with no problems. The Euro style taillights are halogen bulbs style, not LED.flag Accept Answer
Asked by Shayne T.
Apr 08, 2012 12:03 PM
2003 Toyota Tacoma
I'm just wondering how bright the reverse lights are on these tail lights? I have an 03 Tacoma, so if anyone with a tacoma could let me know, that would be great.